Tag Archives: Chicago Cubs

NL Central: a race to mediocrity

With Opening Day turning the corner and heading for home, it’s time to talk baseball. To be completely honest, the NL Central does not look competitive outside of its division. Within the division, the competition stiffens, but don’t look for any of these teams to win the Series anytime soon. …

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Tim Kurkjian talks MLB Season

ESPN baseball analyst Tim Kurkjian discussed the upcoming MLB season, teams to watch and fan attendance with ESPN Gainesville. Rays and Marlins Both teams from Florida made the playoffs in the 2020 season. The Rays ran all the way to the World Series, while the Marlins lost in the NLDS …

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David Ross Hopes for Good Year

Former Gator David Ross looks ahead and hopes for a good year in his second season as manager for the Chicago Cubs. Last Season The 2020 season was one unlike any other the MLB has ever seen. The season didn’t actually start until July 23, over two months after the …

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MLB Wild Card: 3 Advance, 10 Still Alive

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In the MLB Wild Card, three teams advanced to the divisional series on Wednesday. There are 10 other teams still fighting for their spots Thursday. Yankees, Astros, and Rays Advance to MLB Divisional Series The Houston Astros were the first to move on to the ALDS after defeating the Minnesota …

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Former Gator David Ross Talks MLB Season Hopes as New Cubs Manager

On October 24, 2019, the Chicago Cubs hired former Florida Gator David Ross as their manager. Ross replaced skipper Joe Maddon and signed him to a three-year contract. Hopes for a Return to the Diamond Ross’s first year taking on a managerial role has come to a halt due to …

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Joe Maddon returns to his roots

From the Los Angeles Angels to the Rays, to the Chicago Cubs and now back to the Angels, Joe Maddon is not done with his career yet. During the offseason, he signed a three-year contract with the L.A. Angels as the team’s new manager. Maddon’s first professional experience was with …

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